Radiance Power Yoga

Teacher Development Program

SCHEDULE

Teacher trainees are required to attend ALL training sessions.

Weekend sessions are held Friday 6pm – 9pm, Saturday 9:30am – 6pm and Sunday 8:30am – 5pm.

Week 1: 9/6 – 9/8

Week 2: 9/13 – 9/15

Week 3: 9/27 – 9/29

Week 4: 10/4 – 10/6

Week 5: 10/18 – 10/20

Week 6: 10/25 – 10/27

Week 7: 11/8 – 11/10

Week 8: 11/15 – 11/17

Week 9: 11/22 – 11/24

Week 10: 12/6 – 12/8

INvesTMENT

$3300

 

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$200 off by June 1st!

$100 off by August 1st!

 

APPLICATIONS OPEN MARCH 1ST, 2024!

  • $500 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit toward program tuition is due upon application.
  • Structured payment plans available upon request. To inquire about our payment plans, email us at hello@radiancepoweryoga.com
  • Required reading list not included in tuition cost
  • Unlimited yoga classes are included in tuition.
  • Space in this program is limited to 15 participants.

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    JOIN us for our Next 200 Hour Teacher Training Program!

    Radiance Power Yoga’s Teacher Development Program will give you the tools to step into your power as a teacher and leader. You will walk away with the ability to deliver an impactful yoga practice and a deepened understanding of who you are, as well as the confidence to use those skills both in a yoga class and out in the world.

    Our Teacher Development Program is inspired by the practices, techniques, and theory of Baptiste Power Yoga, as well as the cumulative and extensive knowledge of our teaching team. 

    What to expect from the TDP

    • The ability to deliver a powerful and complete power yoga practice.
    • Be conversant with basic yoga postures, their benefits, modifications, and precautions.
    • Understand the fundamental alignment and movement anatomy principles for a safe, sustainable asana practice.
    • The ability to provide impactful coaching (verbal, demonstrative, and tactile) for the healthy alignment of students in your classes.
    • An understanding of yogic tradition.
    • The ability to translate the historical, philosophical and spiritual principles of yoga into modern application.
    • An experience of connection and service to humanity.
    • The development of a life long practice, as both a student and a teacher.
    • An experience of your personal power and what is possible for your life, practice, and the world when you lead from your center.
    • And much more!
    TDP Testimonial
    The TDP at Radiance was one of the most impactful and powerful experiences in my life. Not only did I learn how to be an effective yoga teacher, but how to be a more empowered human being on and off the mat. It was a lot of work and demanded a great willingness to uncover parts of myself that weren’t always easy to bring to light, but the impact on my life as a whole has been so potent and rewarding. The amount of growth and knowledge I have gained about myself has been the greatest gift and I am so grateful for the humans who held the space for this work. I cannot recommend this program enough!
    — Ali K —
    TDP Testimonial
    I had a general idea of what I would learn from the RPY Teacher Development Program…and what I got out was so much more than what I had expected. Not only did I learn about the history of yoga, which gave some context to my practice, it also provided tools, resources, and guidance on how to deepen my practice through discussion points and inquiry work. As a result, it allowed me to get out of my comfort zone (physical and mentally), apply what I’ve learned on and off my mat (personally / professionally), and has changed my perspective in general. Overall, it’s been an incredible journey of mindfulness and self-awareness, and ability to stay grounded.  
    — Carmen C —
    TDP Testimonial
    Prior to TDP, I felt a lack of stability in my life. This program gave me the tools to approach those same situations in ways that put integrity and perspective at the forefront. This training provided me with various opportunities to show myself I could do things I never thought I could. I learned how to be vulnerable and, in turn, how to hold space for others to be vulnerable. I explored what it means to be authentic and found my own voice in the process. I started to feel comfortable in uncertainty and not knowing what was coming next. Everything I gained in this program was possible because of supportive teachers who want to see you succeed, not only as a yoga teacher, but as a unique individual. I left the program with more confidence in myself and my ability to move through challenging times with ease.
    — Susanna A —
    TDP Testimonial
    RPY’s TDP was my 2nd 200hr YTT and was more powerful than I ever could have imagined. The interwoven curriculum and discussions allowed me to better understand and apply yogic philosophy to my modern day life. The facilitator support and styles of practice teaching allowed me to move out my comfort zone and teach in a way I never have! As a teacher, I left feeling more empowered than I have from any of my previous trainings. As a human, I am grateful for the space held by each person present as I moved through deeply personal work, as well. This training is a gift for learning how to do life in ways which work best for you, how to practice yoga in ways you never imagined, and how to lead yourself and those around you.
    — Lora M —
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    TDP LEADERSHIP TEAM

    Jessica Finver
    Studio Owner

    Jessica Finver

    Peter Michaelsen

    Peter Michaelsen

    Special Guest

    Kate Mulheron

    Faith Davis
    Special Guest

    Faith Davis

    Studio Owner

    Jessica Finver

    I was drawn to the yoga mat for the physical challenge, and quickly discovered and fell in love with the many, ever changing rigors of the practice. The work I have done on my mat has since transformed my relationship with myself in such a way that I feel compelled to share that magic with others through teaching. I have completed two 200hr Baptiste Yoga teacher trainings, and over 200hrs of yoga trainings with the Baptiste Institute. My classes are both nurturing and rigorous – a combination that I believe encourages possibility and openness in our bodies and minds.

    Peter Michaelsen

    Peter began teaching yoga in Portland, Maine around 2014. In that year he moved to Boulder, Colorado to complete a bachelors degree in yoga studies and teaching at Naropa University. In Boulder, Peter taught yoga part time at Radiance Power Yoga. At Naropa he studied yoga history, philosophy, Sanskrit, and eastern music. Over the years Peter has also completed approximately 400 hours of training through the Baptiste Institute. Peter has completed levels 1, 2, and 3, along with a few weekend long programs.

    Special Guest

    Kate Mulheron

    Over the last twenty five years, Kate has practiced many styles of yoga as a vehicle to support her healing and evolution. Her great love of yoga has significantly impacted her practice, life, and spirit and has taught her a greater understanding of the healing power of breath and movement within the physical, emotional, and energetic layers of the human body.

    She completed her Hot Yoga Teacher Training in December of 2008. She then went on to train with Ana Forrest in October of 2009, which was one of the most pivotal experiences of her life. Ana showed her how to work with energy to help the body realign, and in that, Kate felt one of her authentic gifts begin to emerge

    On her journey, Kate knew she had to break out of her detrimental patterns and choose a new way that would allow her to be authentic and to use her true gifts and talents. During this time she met her spiritual teacher, Trudy Welty. Trudy is known as a wisdom holder from her tradition, where she learned (and now shares) how to live and work with Nature in a sacred way. Trudy awakened Kate to the knowing that she is a Sensitive, and how Mother Nature and her energies could help her live more cohesively in the world. She continues her studies with Miss Trudy to this day.

    As Kate continued teaching and evolving in her healing ways, how she taught yoga shifted, and through her healing evolution, she was guided and then inspired to create a yoga style that worked with the elements of Nature. She began creating a style with the support of Kelly Kessen, a teacher of Five Elements Acupuncture, and Earth Ways Yoga began. She invited Miss Trudy Welty to share a depth of relating between the natural world and humans — hence, learning to walk in balance on the earth and honoring all relationships. Earth Ways Yoga builds the bridge between Mother Nature and the human experience through yoga, meditation and ritual. Kate is honored to offer these teachings that only embodied experience can invoke.

    Kate has a flourishing virtual private practice based on the Western Slope of Colorado, and offers live workshops across the country. The Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa (Salida) and the Wild Cooperative (Crawford) are regular and beloved retreat hosts, where she leads live events in Colorado, as well as other retreats in California and around the country. Kate is available to travel to lead workshops or retreats around the country by request.

    Special Guest

    Faith Davis

    Hailing from West Virginia, Faith is the mountain mama behind Mountain Mama Massage. She is amazing at finding just the right pressure and technique to treat each client and leave them with less pain and more presence. Faith specializes in deep tissue massage, is a Certified Prenatal, Labor, and Postpartum massage therapist, and is a longtime yoga teacher and practitioner.  She graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2009 and Boulder has been home to her private practice (formerly Faith Davis Massage & Yoga – now Mountain Mama Massage) for over 10 years. To nourish herself, Faith plays in Colorado’s great outdoors, snuggles up with her cat, kiddo, husband, and a good book, or cooks up something spicy in her kitchen.

    Licensed Massage Therapist –  Certified in Prenatal, Labor, & Postpartum Massage – Associate of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy – Certified Yoga Teacher – Certified Prenatal Yoga Instructor – Certified Postpartum Doula (CBI) – Certified Postpartum Ayurvedic Practitioner (Sacred Window) – Professional Member American Massage Therapy Association